Smart: Car park

Get Ready, America.

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Advertising School: Extra Bold Portfolio School, Madison, USA
Creative Director / Art Director: Nick Bruskewitz

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jsptrck404's picture
jsptrck404
437 pencils

not bad for student work. but still, it's a formula that's been done a few times over. get ready for _______, while showing the preparation of said coming event, product, etc... i would suggest you see if you can beat these executions. i'll bet you'll find if you dig a little deeper you'll have no problem beating them.

| think small |

ahmed ragheb's picture
ahmed ragheb
297 pencils

AGREE !!!

phoamcor's picture
phoamcor
1284 pencils

Smart Car ain't that short. You can think of other ways for America to "prepare".

getconnected2001's picture
getconnected2001
989 pencils

Agree!
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theanc's picture
theanc
2778 pencils

It's a cool student campaign. Good job.

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yeast's picture
yeast
168 pencils

Why are there two?

Malala's picture
Malala
295 pencils

i think idea is clear. big one is for the normal size cars and smaller one for smart because
it's small.

fifthbullet's picture
fifthbullet
188 pencils

the smart car is small in terms of width and length, not height.
maybe boom gate on motorcycle entrance works better, i dunno.

criticize is way easier than create.

petek's picture
petek
1894 pencils

a smart car is higher than many other cars

BOOBJOB LOOBCANNON's picture
BOOBJOB LOOBCANNON
1838 pencils

Smart cars are stubby, and short in length, not height.

Wrong point to base your ad on. Geez guys know your product.

School boy error.

We're going to need more lube.

JD's picture
JD
40 pencils

How about a fat guy sighfully giving up a hamburger - Get ready America?

in the name of ad's picture
in the name of ad
456 pencils

so what?...

Guest's picture
Guest

I wish every portfolio school wasn't assigned Smart Car

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